Turpentine Burn | ART TERMS IN ACTION



Learn how artists use turpentine burns to redissolve paint after it’s already been applied to the canvas with MoMA IN THE STUDIO instructor Corey D’Augustine.

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A turpentine burn is made by soaking a rag in solvent and scrubbing the canvas directly. This technique removes paint and leaves a stain on the canvas.

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